Aug 07, 2016 12:06 AM EDT
‘iPhone 7’ Release Date on September 16, On-Sale for the Month of September; With Lightning Based Headphones [RUMORS]
Apple loyal products fans must ready their wallet for the most awaited iPhone 7 is slated to launch on September 9 this year. The new product of the tech giant company is rumored to be on sale for the whole month of September.
iPhone 7 has long been awaited in the market most especially because of its new features that totally knocked out its predecessors. A respected online leaker Evan Blass has confirmed the start of pre-order and launching date in a series of tweets. As reported by Forbes, according to Blass, iPhone 7 pre-orders will start on September 9 and the launching date will be on September 16. Coming from Blass who has a remarkable track record in following the rough pattern of every iPhone launch, this information can be considered as true.
Rumored features of Apple iPhone 7 have been constantly circulating online and the company continues to zip their mouth on the news. As reported by BGR, iPhone 7 will likely to have lightning based headphones to fully eliminate the 3.5 mm headphone jack. This relates to the report that Apple developed a custom Bluetooth radio chip for wireless ear buds and will be launched together with the phone this September. According to the same source, this ear bud device will have a stellar battery life. Thus, enough for the consumers to embraced the fact that a headphone jack-less phone is better.
Aside from the headphone jack-less feature, the rumored 5.5-inch model will have a dual lens camera, twin external speakers, built-in Smart Connector and slimmer than the current iPhone 6S Plus. The new product is also rumored to be operated by an iOS 9.3.4. that has strong security features compared to older versions.
According to Forbes, right after the launching of iPhone 7, two new handsets will be launched soon probably called iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 7 Pro.
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